Antitrust Law and Government Contracts

About practice «Antitrust Law and Government Contracts»

The Antimonopoly Law and Government Contracts Practice Area Team supports projects for representing clients before antimonopoly authorities and in courts in cases involving unfair competition, monopolistic activities, false advertising, and procurement law violations.

Our experts also have relevant experience in negotiating economic concentration transactions and setting up antimonopoly compliance systems. Our leading specialists speak at industry conferences, and many major publications heed their opinions.

Our clients benefit from a problem-solving approach that is adaptable, thorough, and comprehensive, resulting in measurable results.

Practice Area Team Advantages

  • Our leading experts have more than ten years of experience in antimonopoly case law.
  • As a result of effective defense before the antimonopoly authority, we helped our clients save more than RUB 500 million.
  • Our team succeeded in getting 5 economic concentration transactions, some of them including foreign elements, successfully approved.
  • We support turnkey projects and handle a wide range of tasks, not just those related to antimonopoly law.
Antimonopoly Compliance System Development and Installation
Obtaining Approval for Strategically Important Economic Concentration Transactions from Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service
Analysis of Transactions and Material Facts for Abuse of Dominant Position and for Compliance with Advertising and Trade Laws
Supporting Clients during Antimonopoly Audits and Filing Court Appeals against the Antimonopoly Authority's Actions
Representation before the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia and Its Territorial Bodies in Cases Involving Acts of Unfair Competition
Analyzing and Preparing Procurement Documents under Federal Laws No. 44-FZ and No. 223-FZ
Objecting to Procurement Document Terms and the Customer's Actions during the Procurement Process
Representing the Client before the Russian FAS and Filing Judicial Appeals in Cases Where the Client Has Been Placed on the Register of Mala Fide Suppliers under Federal Laws No. 44-FZ and No. 223-FZ